Lets settle it once and for all. Is he natty or not

Lets settle it once and for all
Is he natty or not

  1. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Natty with great genetics

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      that's what people said about him before joining WWE
      >be at 30s, strong as FUCK, full physique, looking big, has been working out ever since he wrestled as a teenager
      >joins WWE
      >doubles in size in matter of months
      sure thing, buddy, 100% natty bro

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        He's gone pretty high bodyfat to get that size, and he's still less then 300. I think he's just got great genetics and is already muscular so carries extra body weight pretty well

        • 4 months ago
          Anonymous

          >pretty high body fat
          his abs never stopped showing.
          he's gained much more muscle than fat. plus he was already doing insanely heavy lifts, a guy lifting for over 20years simply won't get that much muscle mass in such a short period of time.

  2. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    He started roiding after his leg injury

  3. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    natty until he got hurt then roiding for recovery can't blame him after getting that far 100% natural just to get injured

  4. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Pre-WWE, he was natty.

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      https://i.imgur.com/tYQXqdL.jpg

      short hair Eric was natty.

      This is true. He was natty like 3 years back but over the last 2 or so he's been on the sauce. Either way the dude is a genetic mindset FREAK

  5. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    short hair Eric was natty.

  6. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    What yould you care? Stop eating shit and go lift

  7. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    Asking here cause the board is full of shit.
    Guys I'm in a slump. Questioning everything about my training.
    But then picking a new routine creates its own problems, because which one do I fucking do.
    Feel like I need a change. What are some foundation blocks I can use to create my own program?

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Figure out frequency first. How many times per week do you want to target each body part? Keep in mind it doesn’t need to be a whole number, because the average is what matters. One time per week is the bare minimum and two is the maximum. To give you an example, I do a 5 day split: Push, Cardio + Abs, Pull, Cardio, Legs. Then the 5 day cycle repeated itself immediately after, meaning I don’t take any rest days. The frequency here works out to 1.4 times per week. Obviously you don’t need to do a PPL variation, that’s just what works for me. But figure out frequency first then reverse engineer the program. If the frequency is too little or too much then make adjustments.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Guy eats cloves of raw garlic to boost test and does GOMAD, I think he's natty

        Whenever I get frustrated with my routine I return to 3x5 compound lifts, can't go wrong with it

        hmmm

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Guy eats cloves of raw garlic to boost test and does GOMAD, I think he's natty

      Whenever I get frustrated with my routine I return to 3x5 compound lifts, can't go wrong with it

    • 4 months ago
      Anonymous

      Hard to give you solid advice without knowing your strength level, and to some extent your age, weight and height.
      But if I have to shoot in the dark i'd say do SS and dont get memed out of doing SS. If you have done SS and have trouble progressing, Madcow is the program that taught me to put weight on the fucking bar and push myself, regardless of the many flaws of the program itself.

      • 4 months ago
        Anonymous

        Figure out frequency first. How many times per week do you want to target each body part? Keep in mind it doesn’t need to be a whole number, because the average is what matters. One time per week is the bare minimum and two is the maximum. To give you an example, I do a 5 day split: Push, Cardio + Abs, Pull, Cardio, Legs. Then the 5 day cycle repeated itself immediately after, meaning I don’t take any rest days. The frequency here works out to 1.4 times per week. Obviously you don’t need to do a PPL variation, that’s just what works for me. But figure out frequency first then reverse engineer the program. If the frequency is too little or too much then make adjustments.

        Guy eats cloves of raw garlic to boost test and does GOMAD, I think he's natty

        Whenever I get frustrated with my routine I return to 3x5 compound lifts, can't go wrong with it

        I've never done starting strength, I'm a fairly fit 24yr old. 5'11 about 78kg DYEL.
        I can bench 85kgs, i've deadlifted 130kgs with straps and i've never maxed out on a squat.
        Been quite pleased with progress especially with pressing progress since i began near the beginning of the year on a powerbuilding program. I love to hit a 100kg bench press.
        Bench
        5 sets x 8,8,8,6,6
        Standing Arnold press/ I do a press of some sort with dumbells
        5 x 8
        Superset Face Pulls and lat raises
        5x 15-15
        Hanging Leg raises 4 sets x12
        Suitcase carries 4x4 lengths
        That's pressing day. TLDRs expected, format is weird cause I copy pasted it from a word doc

  8. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    looking more juiced by the day
    also
    >having a daughter
    me personally,
    I would've had a son. But that's just me personally

  9. 4 months ago
    Anonymous

    was natty pre-wwe

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